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Source: Hoiberg has told some he's off to NBA

Fred Hoiberg, in negotiations to become the coach of the Chicago Bulls, has informed several Iowa State players and staff members that he is leaving, a source told ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman.

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Chadiha: Raiders' Mack just getting started

As a rookie, Khalil Mack proved he can make plays in the NFL. In Year 2, the outside linebacker is poised to be a difference-maker for the Raiders, Jeffri Chadiha writes.

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Revamped Mercury set sights on WNBA repeat

After a chaotic offseason, defending WNBA champ Phoenix is an almost entirely different team in 2015. But with a good nucleus still on the roster, the Mercury sure don't sound worried.

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Scorecard: Brook, Linares and Joshua win big

Welterweight titlist Kell Brook, lightweight belt holder Jorge Linares and heavyweight prospect Anthony Joshua were impressive in their respective KO victories on Saturday in London.

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Devils to name John Hynes as head coach

Hynes, who has coached the Penguins' AHL team for the last 5 seasons, has reached an agreement with the Devils, according to multiple reports. New Jersey and Pittsburgh must agree on a compensatory draft pick before the deal can be finalized. The Devils have a press conference scheduled for noon ET on Tuesday.

Hope Solo: I own my mistakes
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"People think I don't take accountability, say I'm blaming everybody else. But they're wrong. I feel shame. I feel shame for it all," Solo told ESPN The Mag.

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Weddle: Chargers won't talk extension

S Eric Weddle told ESPN's Eric D. Williams that San Diego won't discuss a contract extension this year. "He'll be excited about playing this year and then hit free agency," Weddle's agent, David Canter, told the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Dodgers double up on HRs in 2nd inning

Andre Ethier broke a scoreless tie with a solo shot to right-center field, and two batters later, Jimmy Rollins went yard to put the Dodgers ahead 2-0 in their series opener against the Rockies. Follow live

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"I think there is a realization among everyone in the game that 162 games in 183 days is one tough schedule" -Commissioner Manfred

Getting ready to say goodbye to Hoiberg

Fred Hoiberg has informed several Iowa State players and staff members that he is leaving, a source told ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman. Hoiberg, 42, spent four of his 10 seasons in the NBA playing for the Bulls. Deal 'all but complete'

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Cavs' other turnaround: Praise for Blatt

A comeback from a 19-20 start to the season isn't the only about-face the Cavs have pulled this year. Where LeBron James had previously displayed lukewarm sentiments at best, there was now nothing but effusive support for coach David Blatt. Irving positive, too

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Jason Hammel mowing down Marlins

The Cubs starter has struck out 11 -- his 1st game with at least 10 K's since June 22, 2012 -- through 6 innings. He's allowed just 1 run on 4 hits and walked none. Chicago leads 3-1 entering the 7th inning. Follow live

Giants punter unhurt in car accident

Steve Weatherford said he was "incredibly blessed" to avoid major injury after the rental car he was driving Monday morning was totaled when it hydroplaned into a median. His injuries were minor. "Fortunate to be alive"

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Good Ubaldo Jimenez present thus far

Jimenez can be a bit finicky on the mound, but he's trending upwards tonight with 3 no-hit innings and 4 strikeouts vs. the Astros. No score after 3. Follow live

LeBron not eager to talk D-Wade

Rumors abound about the possibility of Dwyane Wade opting out in Miami, but LeBron James isn't biting. "He said that [he was opting out]?" James questioned a reporter today. No, but there are reports. "Did [Wade] say that?" Well, no. "If Dwyane Wade didn't say, 'I'm opting out,' then I'm not commenting on that."

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LeBron: I'm better than ever

Don't pay attention to the postseason career low 42.8% shooting. LeBron James says he's just fine: "If you put everything together as far as my mind, my body, my game. ... This is probably the best I've been."

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Clear your Saturday calendars
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American Pharoah's shot at the Triple Crown. French Open women's final. Stanley Cup finals. Memorial Tournament. World Cup soccer. Not a bad sports Saturday.

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Crux of Eric Weddle-Chargers standoff
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Eric D. Williams examines the two sides of this disagreement: [Weddle is] frustrated. He feels like he gave a lot to this franchise. ... In terms of the team, they feel like they already paid him. Five years, $40 million [in 2011]."

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Holliday keeps streak alive

With a 1st-inning walk tonight, Cardinals OF Matt Holliday has reached base in 45 straight games to start the season. That's a franchise record, and it's the longest streak to start a season since Derek Jeter (53) in 1999. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

THE NUMBERS GAME
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A new graphic shows the best players in NBA history to wear each jersey number. Spoiler: Several league legends were left off the list. Check it out

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Stanton's legs get Marlins on board

Giancarlo Stanton didn't crush a HR tonight. Not yet, at least. But he singled to right off Cubs starter Jason Hammel, advanced to 2nd on a wild pitch, stole 3rd and scored on an errant throw. Miami still trails 3-1. Follow live

A new superstar in the Curry household

Has Stephen Curry's daughter's fame surpassed his own? "In the Bay Area, for sure," Curry said. "When we go out now, they're all asking where she's at. ... We went to Toys 'R' Us the other day, and little girls asking their dad can they talk to Riley because they saw her on TV."

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Warriors' coaches saw the future
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Golden State assistant Luke Walton told the San Jose Mercury News' Tim Kawakami that the Warriors' staff was already worried about the prospect of Anthony Davis in an Alvin Gentry-designed offense as they faced the Pelicans in the first round of the playoffs. Now, their nightmares are reality.

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